[16:08:00] <emileaben_ripencc> hi, I'm Emile Aben from the RIPE NCC. If you have questions/comments for the presenter and want me to read it out, please state your name/affiliation and I'll go to the mic when questions are called for. Keep in mind that there is up to a 30 second delay for remote participants, so it's better to get your questions in before the question period begins.
[16:08:16] <emileaben_ripencc> Please note that all chat transcripts will be archived and made available to the public on
[16:09:34] <emileaben_ripencc> a few mins ago) with his presentation called "Your Sixty Seconds Starts Now!"
[16:10:35] <emileaben_ripencc> our apologies for chat support starting a few mins into the session)
[16:21:09] <Gunnar> Hi
[16:23:21] <emileaben_ripencc> the presentation has ended
[16:23:52] <emileaben_ripencc> Brian has asked for questions
[16:26:13] <emileaben_ripencc> next up: Alex Saroyan with "How We Create SDN Platform of the Future"
[16:36:42] <ripe297> hi
[16:36:57] <ripe101> hi
[16:37:31] <ripe297> i was wondering if my mobile could stream better then this ipcam
[16:38:29] <Gunnar> ripe297, you can use vlc on android with
[16:40:15] <Aziraphale> Question: what is the Quagga/Cumulus package you are using on the hosts?
[16:40:37] <Aziraphale> Sascha Luck, CIX for attribution
[16:42:39] <emileaben_ripencc> thanks, i'll read that out when it's question time
[16:43:01] <Aziraphale> ty
[16:47:20] <emileaben_ripencc> Alex has asked for questions
[16:55:58] <mje-afrinic> Can I record the video somehow? Believe Andrew Alson is on soon.
[16:56:08] <Habbie> i bet VLC can do it
[16:56:13] <Habbie> but ripe will also record it
[16:56:32] <Habbie> and yes, Andrew should be on within half an hour
[16:56:52] <brian-1213> The talks will be up and archived minutes after the talk is finished.
[16:57:03] <brian-1213>
[16:57:07] <mje-afrinic> Thanks - I'll not worry then.
[16:59:52] <emileaben_ripencc> the presentation has ended
[17:00:06] <emileaben_ripencc> the lightning talks are starting, first up:
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[17:00:42] <emileaben_ripencc> "Periodic Behavior in Traceroute Sequences" by Mattia Iodice
[17:01:50] <Symmetria> heh mje I'll be on in less than 20 minutes
[17:07:22] <emileaben_ripencc> Mattia asked for questions
[17:07:45] <emileaben_ripencc> the presentation has ended
[17:08:04] <emileaben_ripencc> next up: "Monitoring your BGP routing at a glance" by Luca Marzialetti
[17:12:23] <bretep> Did anyone catch his github URL?
[17:13:27] <brian-1213> It'll be on the slides in the archive.
[17:15:23] <emileaben_ripencc> the presenter asked for questions
[17:18:18] <emileaben_ripencc> the presentation has ended
[17:19:22] <emileaben_ripencc> the last lightning talk from Andrew Alston: "Anti-Shutdown Policies"
[17:20:09] <mickod-2110> bretep: ?
[17:25:07] <emileaben_ripencc> Andrew asked for questions
[17:26:32] <Gunnar> What do you define as a 'shut down'? Is the BGP session down a shutdown? What if its up but traffic nolonger flows? What about what China does?
[17:27:08] <emileaben_ripencc> queue is a bit long)
[17:27:21] <emileaben_ripencc> can i ask for your name and affiliation?
[17:27:36] <mje-afrinic> Question: What about making this a Global Policy?
[17:27:51] <mje-afrinic> Mark Elkins - ISP in South Africa
[17:27:58] <Gunnar> name: Gunnar Affiliation: Advania ehf Iceland
[17:28:01] <mje-afrinic> Posix Systems
[17:28:37] <emileaben_ripencc> time permitting)
[17:28:52] <emileaben_ripencc> time permitting)
[17:29:26] <Aziraphale> who is this?
[17:29:32] <Aziraphale> he's very right indeed
[17:29:43] <mickod-2110> martin from linx
[17:29:44] <brian-1213> Malcolm Hutty is speaking right now.
[17:29:50] <emileaben_ripencc> malcolm hutty at the mic
[17:29:55] <mickod-2110> malcolm sorry
[17:29:59] <Aziraphale> oh, should have known that 🙂
[17:30:08] <Aziraphale> sounds like Malcolm
[17:30:12] <mje-afrinic> Its an Atomic Bomb, intended never to be used?
[17:30:24] <Gunnar> *applause*
[17:32:10] <rhe-786> Gunnar, it defines a shutdown as: 2.9 Internet Shutdown: A government ordered blocking access to the general internet. Said definition does not preclude a government from censoring content that is not legally permissible within the laws of said country, on the provision that said censorship does not include a law that says “All content irrespective of its source or its nature”.
[17:32:38] <emileaben_ripencc> gunnar: do you still want me to read out?
[17:32:50] <Gunnar> no it's fine, i have my answer
[17:33:40] <rhe-786> For info, policy is at
[17:35:16] <Gunnar> Question: How do you prevent this from fracturing the internet? Countries making their own local internets no longer part of the whole internet.
[17:35:42] <Aziraphale> probably gonna happen anyway
[17:35:52] <Aziraphale> brits want this
[17:35:58] <Aziraphale> EU wants this
[17:36:09] <Aziraphale> Russia wants this
[17:36:34] <bretep> Thanks mickod-2110
[17:37:01] <ripe435> How can we all help in supporting in blocking child porn - Jonh McClean - Civil society
[17:37:49] <Aziraphale> and spam
[17:37:54] <Aziraphale> and "fake news"
[17:38:09] <Aziraphale> that's the slippery slide
[17:38:18] <emileaben_ripencc> Gunnar: i'm not going to be able to read that question in the queue, as it is closed
[17:38:28] <Gunnar> ok
[17:40:48] <ripe435> Okay! Thanks for the reply
[17:41:36] <Aziraphale> arguably, some place that has shutdown the internet doesn't actually need public IP/ASN ;p
[17:47:46] <emileaben_ripencc> the presentation has ended